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  • Brady and Ronaldo: The Cost of Being the Best February 7, 2023
    In a world full of competition, everyone wishes that they could be the best. Becoming the ‘best’ means different things to different people, and some people take that to mean … The post Brady and Ronaldo: The Cost of Being the Best appeared first on South Florida Caribbean News.
  • Bob Marley’s Passion for Food February 7, 2023
    by Howard Campbell SOUTH FLORIDA – Bob Marley had several documented passions — music, soccer, women and Rasta. He also loved food. The reggae king, who died in May, 1981 … The post Bob Marley’s Passion for Food appeared first on South Florida Caribbean News.
  • Six Healthy Lifestyle Habits to Shape Your Heart Health February 7, 2023
    by: by: Dr. Danielle Madril, Senior Chief Medical Officer · UnitedHealthcare  SOUTH FLORIDA – February is recognized as American Heart Month, a health observance that encourages South Florida residents to … The post Six Healthy Lifestyle Habits to Shape Your Heart Health appeared first on South Florida Caribbean News.
  • Celebrating Black Media February 6, 2023
    SOUTH FLORIDA – The National Association of Black Journalists South Florida operates to serve, educate and empower communities within Broward and Miami-Dade counties. For nearly four decades, the regional chapter of … The post Celebrating Black Media appeared first on South Florida Caribbean News.
  • The Kalling by Kabaka Pyramid Wins the Grammy for Best Reggae Album February 5, 2023
    by Howard Campbell LOS ANGELES – The Kalling by Kabaka Pyramid won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album here February 5 at the Crypto.com Arena, giving the Jamaican singjay … The post The Kalling by Kabaka Pyramid Wins the Grammy for Best Reggae Album appeared first on South Florida Caribbean News.

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  • The Ten Best Music Festivals in Miami 2023 February 7, 2023
    Bust out the sharpie and circle South Florida's biggest music festivals on this year's calendar. Sure, it's early, and some questions — particularly about December faves like Vibra Urbana, Rakastella, and Audacy Beach Festival — remain, like date confirmations, lineup details, and all that goodness…
  • E11even’s Rooftop Restaurant Giselle Opens with Lace-Draped "Dream Room" and Global Fare February 7, 2023
    Giselle – a collaborative concept from the Restaurant People and Miami nightclub E11even that boasts an Asian-meets-Mediterranean-meets-French menu – is officially open. “We were looking for a group that could not only match with the identity of E11even but have its own personality as well,” Gino LoPinto, operating partner of E11even, says about the company’s […]
  • Brightline Testing High-Speed Trains as Safety Concerns Linger February 7, 2023
    Trains will be zipping through Palm Beach County at 110 miles per hour this weekend during a test of Brightline's high-speed rail expansion, as the company faces scrutiny over whether its safety upgrades will stem a tide of fatal accidents around one of the deadliest railway corridors in the nation. The high-speed testing will begin […]
  • New Miami Restaurants to Try This Week: Beauty & the Butcher, El Chinito, and Naked Taco February 7, 2023
    In recognition of Miami's latest round of restaurant openings, Magic City can celebrate with new establishments like Jeremy Ford's Beauty & the Butcher; an Asian and Latin fusion concept dubbed El Chinito in Wynwood; and chef Ralph Pagano's Naked Taco at the Falls. Know of any openings that aren't on our list?…
  • Meet James Voorhies, the New Curator of the Bass in Miami Beach February 7, 2023
    As an Ohio State University art history student, James Voorhies learned that art is a tool through which social and political issues can be viewed and understood in more profound, meaningful ways. This principle guides Voorhies today as he begins a new post as curator of the Bass…


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